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Buy a Galaxy S8, get one free (after rebate)
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(Back again!) Samsung offers Buy a Galaxy S8, get one free (after rebate). Require activation on T-Mobile network through Samsung.com. Shipping is free.
  1. Purchase 2 new Galaxy S8 or S8+ phones
  2. Activate a line on the T-Mobile Network on Samsung.com
  3. Samsung will issue a rebate (refund) to original method of purchase within 8 weeks after activation
T-Mobile also has its BOGO Free offer on Samsung S8/S8+, LG G6 Smartphones.

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Posted 05-18-2017, 04:19pm
by cheetah


Comments

By anonymous on 06/18/2017, 08:44am
battery sucks

By anonymous on 06/17/2017, 04:54pm
Disgusting sea army //@anonymous: Not good as iPhone. But if you really want Android, get Huawei. Much better and more ethical company than Samsung.

By anonymous on 06/17/2017, 06:58am
BS. My S8 has great battery life. Better than my Note 4 and such a faster phone. If you keep it between 20% and 90% it will easily last 10 years. //@Anonymous: Way over priced! Not a good phone. Battery drains very quickly after one month of use. Also heats up badly. Pretty scary.

By suntu on 06/16/2017, 11:52pm
don't agree... //@Anonymous: Not good as iPhone. But if you really want Android, get Huawei. Much better and more ethical company than Samsung.

By anonymous on 06/16/2017, 10:44pm
Not good as iPhone. But if you really want Android, get Huawei. Much better and more ethical company than Samsung.

By anonymous on 06/16/2017, 10:03pm
i would never rec android user to for anything other that google phone. As OS new version are not up-gradable on non google phone and user has to stick with a old OS beside having a good hardware. I learn it hard way. User can upgrade by rooting to phone but that doesn't work most of time. y take so much pain for nothing

By anonymous on 05/21/2017, 11:58pm
you need to get one more t-mobile line and it must be t-mobile one.No chance...

By anonymous on 05/21/2017, 11:51am
Way over priced! Not a good phone. Battery drains very quickly after one month of use. Also heats up badly. Pretty scary.

By anonymous on 05/19/2017, 05:13pm
can only use at Tmobile, un-unblockable.

By anonymous on 05/19/2017, 12:58pm
ok I'm using this phone now and I have used iPhone 7 before. this is much much better in terms of every thing. fee notable features I liked, unlocks the phone if I just look into it(iris scanner), Samsung pay, camera, easy of transferring data, battery backup is really awesome. 2 days once even if I use extensively..please don't just post negative comments...$750 for 2 is really awesome deal that too with bundle wow..

By anonymous on 05/18/2017, 10:32pm
Just speaking the truth that this is not a good phone. //@Anonymous: Looks like the Apple fan boys are here. //@anonymous: Way over priced! Not a good phone. Battery drains very quickly after one month of use. Also heats up badly. Pretty scary.

By anonymous on 05/18/2017, 10:09pm
Not a good sign if they are basically cutting the price to half not long after launching. Must be not selling well...

By anonymous on 05/18/2017, 09:27pm
Only suckers will buy the phone at this price.

By anonymous on 05/18/2017, 09:25pm
What are the significant differences, in terms of usage, between this $750 phone and any $150 generic phone? NONE!

By anonymous on 05/18/2017, 08:39pm
term 2 kills the deal, why do i want to sign up, aw, trap eh?

By anonymous on 05/18/2017, 08:28pm
Looks like the Apple fan boys are here. //@anonymous: Way over priced! Not a good phone. Battery drains very quickly after one month of use. Also heats up badly. Pretty scary.

By anonymous on 05/18/2017, 08:08pm
Way over priced! Not a good phone. Battery drains very quickly after one month of use. Also heats up badly. Pretty scary.

By anonymous on 05/18/2017, 06:09pm
this is not an unlocked pone? //@Anonymous: Be careful .
You're not going to be successful in this endeavor. Carrier branded phones bought direct from Samsung may not be able to be unlocked. Samsung locks them by request from T-Mobile but does not give the IMEI to T-mobile. This means that T-Mobile does not see it as a T-Mobile phone in it's database and cannot unlock it.
It's been posted on here and on the S8 sub.
You're only options are to keep it or sell it as a T-Mobile phone on a site like swappa.

By anonymous on 05/18/2017, 05:54pm
Be careful .
You're not going to be successful in this endeavor. Carrier branded phones bought direct from Samsung may not be able to be unlocked. Samsung locks them by request from T-Mobile but does not give the IMEI to T-mobile. This means that T-Mobile does not see it as a T-Mobile phone in it's database and cannot unlock it.
It's been posted on here and on the S8 sub.
You're only options are to keep it or sell it as a T-Mobile phone on a site like swappa.

By anonymous on 05/18/2017, 05:14pm
technically, you can open up the new line for the deal and then cancel it right after you paid it off with the rebate/ refund.

By lwang9 on 05/18/2017, 04:54pm
@$750 no, thanks //@Anonymous: is the S8 not selling very well?

By anonymous on 05/18/2017, 04:44pm
How a plastic phone worth over $800 with tax? Too overpriced, low quality. //@anonymous: is the S8 not selling very well?

By anonymous on 05/18/2017, 04:33pm
can someone clarify it requires a new line or existing line? Tks!

By anonymous on 05/18/2017, 04:32pm
is the S8 not selling very well?

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